I feel like reviewing shortly
Corbucci’s first hit (If I recall well, correct me if wrong) starts with a man dragging a coffin through landscape. Now that is something creepy I must admit, it is something so rare and great that it, besides the excellent theme song, made me love the movie at the first view.
We also got Franco Nero, a hell of a gunfighter, the one who don’t speak much, but shoots hell of the bandits. I mean, there you have revenge, greed, love… It is an all in one, and unique. No wonder so many tried to copy it. Hell even Milian had a Django(-like) role… Tomas Milian, yeah, the Vasco/Yellow/Cuchillo dude. So yeah, it was an inspiration.
It ends uniquely as well (Terence Hill had almost the same ending in his movie), with Django being hand-broken yet managing to fulfill his revenge.
Now the only thing I did not like about this - is his official sequel “Django Strikes Again!”. Now that is something completely retarded, and with all right called the Spaghetti Rambo II.
What else to say besides *****